In Aether I, the Idle Sunder group sets out to disassemble the physical reality that we all reside in. They meticulously melt together the raw sonic textures of energetic information that determines our universe with a mystical sense of humanity, as to translate to us petty humans the holistic greatness of existence. The album also contains the first Entity micro-release "Folding Light" (albeit in slightly different form), which perfectly fits into their universal picture. As the... Topics: Sound Collage, Dark Ambient, Abstract
Once again I'm very proud to present the debut release by a new dark ambient collective. Idle Sunder was founded in 2004 and consists of 4 members and The Frozen Shard is their first release. The six tracks on this EP share a dark and moody feeling. Musicwise the release uses deep drones along with field recorings to create a dense ambient ep that never stands still, it constantly evolves and changes into new sounds. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
When Idle Sunder's full length Aether I sequel engages, boundaries of physical reality are metamorphically translated into a sound that goes beyond words. The sources used in this work are again plucked from space observatory archives, bringing with them a mindstretching stream of rich sonic character and dream-eliciting immersive potential. Be ready when the void breaks open and the blinding light reaches out to your "inner sanctum". Aether II is a very visual album which progresses... Topic: space, drone, aether
The third chapter in the Psygnosis series is bound to draw you in its glorious, surreal journey from start to finish. Bogdan Dullsky, who has worked with Idle Sunder on the whole Psygnosis trilogy has sent me an email about his views and experiences concerning the collaboration. Look for it on the NTT website. http://www.dullsky.net http://www.entity.be/idlesunder http://www.entity.be Topics: psygnosis, ambient, drone, flute, soundscapes, brainwaves, lucid dream
Having worked closely with Bogdan Dullsky (Quest.Room.Project - see NTT043) on this 1st album of the Psygnosis trilogy, Idle Sunder has transcended the space drone boundaries they were once confined to, to visit a universe of remarkably visual minimal rhythms and manipulated instruments/recordings. All of the tracks contain a great diversity in both sound and style, while retaining a quite conceptual atmosphere which holds ground in between existential and psychological ideas that are sure to... Topics: drone, minimal, experimental, glitch, electro-acoustic
"Rust" uses mystified drones, scattered field recordings and some more synthetic methods to travel a fine line in between drama and resolution. The result targets your innermost feelings and generally sets out to invoke an enfolding path of personal liberation. Many thanks to all Dotkràz, Idle Sunder and Casual Coincidence members for delivering the goods. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
byBogdan Dullsky, Ilia Saveliev, Cisfinitum, Idle Sunder, Anzhel Hutopia
"Interference" is an exploratory descent into the darker, more mysterious corners of the mind by means of processed instrumentals, field recordings and synthetically generated ambience. Like a puzzle, it incorporates fragments of recordings, such as the magnificent cello/flute improvisation by Ilia Saveliev and Bogdan Dullsky, Idle Sunder's "fieldscape" experiments, Cisfinitum's marvelous drones with enchanting vocals by Anzhel Hutopia, and more, *much* more! Mixed together...